Bluff Knoll, Stirling Range National Park, Stirling Ranges
Climbed Bluff Knoll, the highest mountain peak in the southern half of Western Australia. The track is well-defined, clear and well maintained. It is steep in sections with large steps though not steep enough to have to put your hands down on the ground while climbing but it’s a serious workout. The bottom car park has nice lookout viewing platforms with decent toilets. The climb was uneventful, no mishaps to report. The view from the top was spectacular as expected.